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Summer Programs 2012

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At present, all 2012 Summer Programs are closed.  Please contact with any questions.


Cape Town, South Africa

The History and Literature of Modern South Africa (4 credits)


Beijing, China

Beijing’s History, Economy, and Culture (3 credits) 
Urban China: Then and Now (3 credits)

Bangalore, India

Religion and Spirituality in India Today (3 credits)

Mussoorie, India

Creative Writing Workshop: Writing Out of Place (3 credits)

Ubud, Bali

Immersion in the Culture and Arts of Bali (3 credits)


Sydney, Australia

International Comparisons in Child and Family Social Policy (3 credits)


London, England

Contemporary Theater and Drama in London (3 credits) 
Literary London: From Shakespeare to Virginia Woolf (3 credits)

Bordeaux, France

Popular Culture in France (3 credits)  
Intensive Intermediate French (6 credits) 
Post-Intermediate French: Independent Study (3 credits) 

Paris, France (Applicants must be in the Honors Program)

Modernism: 20th Century and the Tradition (3 credits)

Berlin, Germany

Intensive Intermediate German (6 credits)
Economic Policy Analysis from a European Perspective (3 credits)

Dublin, Ireland

Irish Culture (3 credits)

Florence, Italy

Art and Architecture of Renaissance Florence (3 credits)

Parma, Italy

Intermediate Italian (6 credits)
Food, Power, and Politics (3 credits)

Rome, Italy

Saints and Sinners: Rome Through the Centuries (3 credits)

Venice, Italy

Drawing from the Venetian Masters (3 credits)
The Imaginary City: Why Writers Love Venice (3 credits)
Venice: An Imperiled City in Comparative Perspective (3 credits)
Introduction to Law and the Legal Process (3 credits) 

Granada, Spain

Naturalmente: Islam and the Iberian Peninsula (3 credits)

Madrid, Spain

Soundscapes of Early Modern Spain: Court, Cloister and Chapel (3 credits)
Spanish Art History: from Al-Andalus to Picasso (3credits)


Buenos Aires, Argentina

Argentina: History and Culture (6 credits)

Santiago, Chile

Through the Eyes of Service: Social Justice in Chile (4 credits)

Quito, Ecuador

Global Health Perspectives (3 credits)

Managua, Nicaragua

Gender and Development in Latin America (3 credits)


Tel Aviv, Israel

Mediterranean Conflations (3 credits)

Kuwait City, Kuwait

Politics and Oil (3 credits)


Eight-week non-credit internships allow students to experience the work culture in various countries. Contact OIP for details.